Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

*Welcome to Evoke*

*If you need translation, please message me*

This is the new agent rest stop. Here is your chance to share what brought you here, where you have been, and where you are going. You could post about you community, and what you want to learn here to help, or tell us about world change you would like to be part of. You could give a quick overview of what you are doing in highschool, what have been working on since graduating college, or how your career has been. You can ask for help, offer help if you can, or just cool your heels before becoming an super agent. I know you can do it! Just think about who you are, and share with your fellow agents! The Evoke community is ready to listen! With your post here, you are saying "Hello World!" Lets hear what you got!

New agents:

Post your links to your missions below

Because of the limited time of Evoke, seasoned agents have come togethether to help inspire and guide new agents. You can help too, by supporting the new agents and reading their blogs.

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Comment by Blake B on April 17, 2010 at 8:40pm
I want to first thank you for being so welcoming to new Evoke agents. I honestly was considering leaving Evoke after registering (it didn't seem too fun or community oriented) before I got an email saying you had sent a friend request to me, welcoming me in. You're the reason I didn't register and never sign in again. So, thanks.

I'm a 17 year old college student looking for something productive to do with my time.
Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 17, 2010 at 8:42pm
So much here to learn my friend. Message me to share some of your interests, and I will share some of my resources I use online
Comment by nomadHAR on April 17, 2010 at 9:04pm
community clustering always happens; human nature and all. i don't think that there is any intention to make people feel unwelcome.

sometimes it can be hard to take that first step. just start making blog posts and commenting on other people's works. i've found the community in general to be thoughtful and helpful.

i am very loud and obnoxious about social issues in real life, so it wasn't hard for me. i've been here 2 weeks now.
Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 17, 2010 at 11:36pm
Good point Nomad.
Comment by Calida DeBello on April 18, 2010 at 1:06am
Great post, Gabriel; great name for it, too! I'm not a new agent, but I'll pause and chat for a moment anyway: I'm here because I believe we are inventing new ways to connect, and just in time too, because we are confronted by problems that can only be solved if we connect in new ways.
Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 18, 2010 at 2:25am
Agreed, Calida. So, to alll new users, heres a central theme of evoke, innovation and problem solving. Also, new users should definately check out Calida's blogs.
Comment by Wintermute on April 18, 2010 at 4:11am
Hello new Evoke users! I am so glad that their are still people joining the network. I think it would be nice for some of us elder agents to pass on some advice to those just starting.

Here's mine: having trouble coming up with an idea for a blog post? Read what other agents posted and be inspired. Something that someone wrote may help you generate an idea for your own post.
Comment by Cynawynn on April 18, 2010 at 4:32am
Great idea Gabriel!
To any new agents: Send me a friend request and I'll make sure to read your latest posts! :-)
Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 18, 2010 at 4:45am
Thanks a lot cynawynn. Any others who care to offer moral support should definately post some stuff up! Or link to your own guides! Anything will help.
Comment by Nina Pavlovska on April 18, 2010 at 3:42pm
Hi Gabriel. Tnx for the warm welcome. The idea of Evoke seems very inspiring and it is up to us to make it work... And welcoming the new members is definitely important part of the process.As I work in the non-profit sector I have shared the idea of Evoke with my friends and contacts, hopefully others will join as well...So let's link up share and cooperate :) cheers!

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